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Ceasarstone and Travertine together

Posted by malcolm (My Page) on
Tue, Jan 19, 10 at 14:45

I am replacing the L area countertop in my kitchen with Blizzard Cesarstone. Originally it was all Durango Travertine. I want to try and salvage the Buffet section piece of Travertine instead of replacing it with a slab of marble. The cabinets are dark wood. I'm just wondering if the Travertine would be ok left alone.

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RE: Ceasarstone and Travertine together

Hi malcolm, sorry I don't have an answer for you, but if you post on the 'main' kitchen forum, I'm sure you'll get some advice. :o)
This 'conversation' side is more for just chatting.

Here is a link that might be useful: kitchens

RE: Ceasarstone and Travertine together


Thanks Missy.

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